Ready in 40 minutes
perfect easy spring/summer dish to serve up to friends & family to impress :)
"Absolutely amazing. My husband made this for valentines day dinner, and he is normally terrified of cooking, so it must be easy to cook. He could only get monkfish tail which was much cheaper, and still tasted delicious!"- Stingray942003
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step 1, preheat oven gas mark 6
step 2, clean monfish and season with black pepper & little amount of salt(not to much as the parma is salty)
step 3, rap the parma ham around the seasoned monfish and place on a oven try.
step 1, heat up medium pot with a little olive oil & butter and cook your onion & garlic untill softened.
step 2, add your frozen pea's and stir around until warmed through
step3, add the butter, cream & mint and cook for 2 minutes until the butter is melted
step4, take of heat and mix with a hand blender until smooth.if u don't have a blender just use a fork or potato masher.
step 1, add the tomatos, mint, vinagr & olive oil to a bowl and mix around.
place prepped monfish into oven and cook for 5-6 minutes until fish is springing to touch.
Spoon pea puree in center of plate generously
add monfish to center
drizzle tomato & mint salsa around around plate & garnish with a sprig of mint....enjoy
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Stingray942003 2 years agoAbsolutely amazing. My husband made this for valentines day dinner, and he is normally terrified of cooking, so it must be easy to cook. He could only get monkfish tail which was much cheaper, and still tasted delicious!
swanny78 2 years agoVery easy ti make and tasted excellent. I didnt have enough fresh mint so used some mint sauce in addition, worked a treat
Mr.chef 4 years agoI would like to hear back from people to let me know how they got on with it, before i post a lot more of my recipes (all comments welcome @ firstname.lastname@example.org) [I posted this recipe.]